Following in the footsteps of the amazing HTC Legend, HTC looks to improve their standing even further with their new Android phone, the HTC Desire. The HTC Sense OS makes it extremely easy to use right out of the box, and you can make up to seven home screens with all of the applications you could possibly need, while backing it up with the powerful 1GHz Snapdragon processor.
If you have an application open, you can just scroll across the screen’s bottom with your finger in order to activate the app’s features. You can even use this with the music, contacts and messaging screens if you wish, allowing you to switch to whatever music track you want to play. Movies are played back with crystal clarity with the 3.7″ screen that gives you access to your favorite films on the go.
With the HTC Desire, you can get about 576MB of RAM and 512 of ROM. The phone itself comes with an 8GB card, but you can replace it with a bigger one if you deem it necessary. The 5 megapixel camera is nothing to laugh at, either as it comes with LED flash and autofocus, making your phone pictures amazingly bright and clear. There is even the ability to store 800 x 400 resolution video on your phone as you record it.
Even though you cannot put a lot on the phone with just its original 512MB memory, you can supplement it to up to 16GB of extra hard disk space. The 3.7″ touchscreen is fantastically easy to use, and you will not find a bigger screen on an Android smartphone. You will find it simple to see what is on the AMOLED screen, and the Sense OS will allow you to navigate its features very easily.
The measurements of the HTC Desire are 119 x 60 x 11.9mm, and it comes in a very sturdy case, designed in a way so as to make it creak and break resistant; also, you can prevent slipping with the soft touch back. The optical mouse and four hardware keys make it simple to navigate, allowing you to move around the features and widgets that make the HTC Desire one of the most sought after Android smartphones on the market.
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